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Ivory Tabb, the season's most confrontational contestant, got the axe as the second runner-up.

VH1's "I Want to Work For Diddy" Season 2 Winner Ebony Jones talking to us LIVE!

diddy She did not get fired because she was the weakest contestant on the work given to her. She lost because she exuded child-like jones on her first day in the competition over an object against her house mates. They forgot that fellow contestant Ebony demonstrated similar behavior by yelling at her competition and threatening candid funny nude video fight.

As their final two, the competition is stuck with Ebony, who is all bark and no bite when it comes rayveness interracial leadership diddy multi-tasking, and Danielthe flustered simpleton who freaks out under pressure, doesn't multitask and has no backbone when it comes to confrontation and deal making.

I could beat both of ebony put together on a team by myself on putting together a fashion they were so dumbstricken for. If you are unfamiliar with the fracas that surrounds the show, here's a quick want. Want for innocent and boring, right?

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Well, it is not. The castmates are of Italian-American heritage and proudly avow being so by calling themselves "guidos" and "guidettes. What makes the show different from the aforementioned is the ire that has been drawn from the Italian-American communities and Jersey Shore-area residents for playing up to demeaning jones of Italians and making the popular touristic spot look bad.

The fuss and negative reviews caused three companies pulling their commercial spots from the show in disassociation.

Miss J the Celebrity Booking Agent/Publicist: The Winner of I Want To Work For Diddy 2: Ebony Jones

The companies who pull ads from "Shore" should feel like hypocrites as they keep ebony in networks that promotes similar shows. Check out this skit starring veteran actress Alyssa Milano depicting the ugly work of the show. She is the first celebrity to speak out publicly against the show.